## Automated language processingLanguage data processing. Statistical analysis. Syntatic analysis. |

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May contain nonrelevant variables — that is, variables that do not represent

properties of the entity being modeled. b. ... 3.4 MODELS OF

and ...

May contain nonrelevant variables — that is, variables that do not represent

properties of the entity being modeled. b. ... 3.4 MODELS OF

**LINGUISTIC****ENTITIES**Mathematical models have been applied to some linguistic conceptsand ...

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Whatever the level of abstraction, all models of

one of three roles: description, explanation, or prediction. A descriptive model

attempts to describe the features of the object or the steps of the process, for

example, ...

Whatever the level of abstraction, all models of

**linguistic entities**have at leastone of three roles: description, explanation, or prediction. A descriptive model

attempts to describe the features of the object or the steps of the process, for

example, ...

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Automata theory provides an appropriate model when the linguistic system

involves either the generation, acceptance, or transduction of strings of objects.

Vector algebra is appropriate when the

having a ...

Automata theory provides an appropriate model when the linguistic system

involves either the generation, acceptance, or transduction of strings of objects.

Vector algebra is appropriate when the

**linguistic entities**may be regarded ashaving a ...

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### Contents

LANGUAGE DATA PROCESSING | 1 |

Harold Borko | 3 |

Processing H P Edmundson 33 V | 33 |

Copyright | |

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algebra algorithm alphabet ambiguity automated language automated language processing automatic abstracting Bar-Hillel barycentric coordinates binary calculus called categorial grammars Chomsky coding communication concept content words data base data processing defined derived category described developed dictionary distribution document classification domain of discourse Dostert elements English example finite formal frequency function words given grammar graph human hypothesis index terms information retrieval input lexical linguistic linguistic entities logic Luhn machine Markov chain mathematical model matrix means mechanical translation ment method natural language node noun occurrence operations output parameter parsing phrase structure phrase structure grammar predicate probability problem procedures processing system processor propositions random variable relation relevance representative request rules selected semantic semilattices sentence specified statistical storage string stylistic subset symbols syntactic analysis tape techniques theory tion transformation transformational grammar tree vector verb vocabulary word type